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Harassment cases start hitting New York companies

November 19th, 2017

crains

Allegations increase in wake of Weinstein scandal By Cara Eisenpress SWAAY’S OUBOU said men often turn business meetings with her into something else. After a well-known chef tried but failed to drag Rachel Waynberg, then a 27-year-old restaurant marketer, into the bathroom at a party, he still bragged to everyone around that he’d had sex […]

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Nashville airport hires Metro Planning head Doug Sloan, fills other top jobs

November 15th, 2017

The Tennessean

Nate Rau, USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee The Metro Nashville Airport Authority filled three of its top jobs on Wednesday, including hiring city government veteran Doug Sloan as its new chief legal officer. Sloan had been the executive director of the Planning Department since 2016, replacing long-time chief Rick Bernhardt. Before that, he was one […]

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Two Vermont women file lawsuit against Equifax over data breach

November 15th, 2017

My Champlain Valley

By: Lesley Engle BURLINGTON, Vt. – Two Vermont women have filed a lawsuit against Equifax over its massive data breach, attorneys say, that put their private financial records in jeopardy. Sandra Barrett, of Highgate Center, and Shirley Cole, of Ascutney, say since the breach this summer —both have spent time monitoring and protecting their credit […]

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Columbia University Professor Steps Down Amidst Sexual Harassment Allegations

November 11th, 2017

Legal Reader

By Ryan J. Farrick A distinguished professor at Columbia University stepped down after being accused of kissing and groping a graduate student. The news, as relayed by The New York Times, was circulated by the university to its student and staff early last week. According to a lawsuit filed in Manhattan court against Columbia and […]

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‘Search The Personal Emails,’ Judge Tells Chadbourne Team

November 9th, 2017

law360

By Pete Brush Law360, New York (November 9, 2017, 2:11 PM EST) — Six lawyers who had senior positions at the former Chadbourne & Parke LLP, and are accused of underpaying women in a $155 million proposed class action, must search their personal emails for responsive information, a Manhattan federal judge said Thursday. U.S. Magistrate […]

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Ex-Partners in Sex Bias Suit Can Review Chadbourne Leaders’ Personal Emails

November 9th, 2017

American Lawyer

Resolving a discovery dispute in a $100 million gender discrimination case against Chadbourne & Parke, a magistrate judge allowed review of certain firm leaders’ personal email accounts. By Scott Flaherty A federal magistrate judge ruled Thursday that Chadbourne & Parke leaders who are named as defendants in a $100 million gender bias suit against the […]

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Ex-Partners in Sex Bias Suit Seek Chadbourne Leaders’ Personal Emails

November 8th, 2017

NY Law Journal

By Christine Simmons Attorneys representing three ex-partners of Chadbourne & Parke in a sex discrimination lawsuit against the now-defunct law firm are seeking to dig into the personal email accounts of the Chadbourne leaders named in the suit, as well as emails of certain former partners who allegedly had disagreements with Chadbourne’s management committee. The […]

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Oracle Class Wage Question Likely Headed To Arbitrator

November 7th, 2017

law360

By Cara Bayles Law360, San Francisco (November 7, 2017, 10:17 PM EST) — A California federal judge said Tuesday she’ll likely grant an ex-Oracle worker’s request to let an arbitrator decide which of two employment contracts — one that allows for classwide arbitration or one that doesn’t — govern her claims over sales commission pay. […]

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Plaintiffs in sex bias lawsuit against law firm seek partners’ personal emails

November 7th, 2017

Reuters

Daniel Wiessner Three female former partners at the firm then known as Chadbourne & Parke on Tuesday asked a federal judge in Manhattan to order the firm to search the personal email accounts of six top partners and hand over any emails that may be relevant to their sex bias case. The plaintiffs’ lawyers at […]

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Ex-Partners Want Access To Chadbourne Personal Emails

November 7th, 2017

Law360

By Braden Campbell Law360, New York (November 7, 2017, 4:42 PM EST) — Chadbourne & Parke LLP and three female ex-partners behind a proposed New York federal class action accusing the firm of underpaying women sparred in a joint letter Tuesday on the women’s request to search named firm leaders’ personal emails, splitting on whether […]

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